It seems there might be a slight confusion in the terminology. Typically, the terms “business product” and “business service” are used separately to refer to different types of offerings. However, if you are asking for an example of a product or service that is designed for other businesses (B2B), here are examples of both:
- Business Product Example:
- A company that manufactures and sells office furniture, such as desks, chairs, and filing cabinets, is offering a business product. These items are intended for use by other businesses to furnish their office spaces.
- Business Service Example:
- A marketing agency that provides digital marketing services, including social media management, content creation, and online advertising, is offering a business service. Other businesses may hire this agency to improve their online presence and marketing strategies.
If you are referring to a combined product and service offering, an example might be a company that sells both physical products and provides related services. For instance:
Example: IT Solutions Provider
- A company that sells computer hardware and software (products) and also offers IT consulting, implementation, and support services (services). Businesses can purchase the necessary IT equipment and rely on the company for ongoing support and expertise.
In this example, the company provides both products and services to meet the comprehensive technology needs of other businesses.
If you have a specific context or type of business in mind, feel free to provide more details, and I can tailor the example accordingly.